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30+ days ago

Café Lead - Madison-Huntsville, AL BAM

Books-A-Million, Inc. Huntsville, AL

- Supervise, direct, counsel, and assist all cafe associates. - Interview, assist in selecting, and direct the training of all café associates… Books-A-Million, Inc.

30+ days ago

Cafe Barista - Madison

Books-A-Million, Inc. Huntsville, AL

Books-A-Million, Inc. is one of the nation's leading book retailers and sells on the Internet at The Company presently… Books-A-Million, Inc.

30+ days ago

Co Manager - Madison

Books-A-Million, Inc. Huntsville, AL

- Provide effective leadership for human and physical resources charged to the store… Books-A-Million, Inc.

30+ days ago

Bookseller - Madison

Books-A-Million, Inc. Huntsville, AL

- Explain the Discount Card Program to every customer. All Books-A-Million associates are required to sell the Discount Card. The card provides a… Books-A-Million, Inc.

Books-A-Million Reviews

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Terry Finley
207 Ratings
  • Helpful (5)

    The Owners Care....about themselves.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Huntsville, AL
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    Doesn't Recommend
    Positive Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Books-A-Million (More than a year)


    Timely arrival of books. Relatively clean environment. Co-workers are a good hard-working bunch: long suffering, yet cheerful. The selfishness of the Anderson empire as run by Finley always gives a feeling of cohesiveness to the troops - as in "have you heard the latest idiocy?"


    Terrible pay, iffy benefits.Virtually no training. Incredible bias and hypocrisy in regards to religion and alternative lifestyles, family values, privacy. Like most poorly managed stores, BAM rewards outrageous examples of bad behavior and ineptitude with promotion.However, promotions are generally in name only and do not come with additional leap in pay. If you do get benefits, you can be sure mgt. will fight you if you try to use your insurance when injured on the job. And injuries happen, frequently because of poor working conditions.

    Advice to Management

    Get with the 21st century. Show respect for your employees. Perhaps pay a living wage...not only to your p/t people, but for your supervisors and store managers (really....29,000 for mgt position?).

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